KISHSA, bright and clean.
NIESA (for m-rę), bad, worthless, counterfeit (as a coin).
0, a frequent substitute for a as a masculine termination iu nouns and
QJHA, a Brahman carpenter (for upddhydya).
OKEA, counterfeit, as a coin.
OL, a Postage.
OKGNA, to oil the wheels of a carriage.
OB, a class of weaver
Os. UTHNA, to stand up in any one's behalf.
OSAE, an out-building (for apasdrita).
OTA, a low wall ,
PATS&J a quarter of a town, so also para (from pada, a quarter).
PAXHABA, the second watering of any crop.
PALOTA, an iron-monger.
PAMBI, a row.
PARAMATHAV a kind of bread, like mare.
P ABIT A, alluvial land that requires no artificial irrigation ; beiag flooded by tli©
river in the rains, it retains its moisture all through the year.
PATAtiA, a leaf of a tree.
PATKABA, a slap on the top of the head, as distinct from tkagpar, a ekp on the
face, and thcp, a slap on any other part of the body.
PENDNA, short, stunted in stature.
PHAINA, a kind of bread, the same as mare and pardmatha.
PICHKAUJU, a single sheet, or wrapper, used as an article of clothing,
PICHHWASA, the back of a house.
PILL A, a little dog, a ^uppy.
PITA PABEKHA, used either separately or together, remorse.
POLIS the entrance hall or door of a house.
POT, beads, a turn ; thus wuh apnipot kogime men djdtd lai, * when it comes to
his turn he gets angry.*
PRATAP, a term of compliment, like the Latin auspice or Persian t&Sal.
I, grazing-fees, at so much per head, or rather tail.
, low lands lying between sand-hills ; used at Sankes,
PUB, a hide.